This charming, community-centered theater was named for John W. Engeman, a theater enthusiast and U.S. soldier that served his country for 28 years. He was tragically killed at Fort Bragg in 2006 and this theater carries on his memory. The building the theater is housed in has a history of nearly a century; its current incarnation occurred when the theater was purchased in 2006 by Engeman's brother-in-law, who promptly named it after him. The theater mostly hosts popular shows and musicals and has a great set of facilities, ensuring a great night out. Check the website for details of upcoming shows and performances.